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Mill on Bentham and Coleridge

John Stuart Mill

Mill on Bentham and Coleridge

by John Stuart Mill

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Published by Chatto & Windus in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832,
  • Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwith an introd. by F. R. Leavis.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsB1574.B34 M5 1950
    The Physical Object
    Pagination168 p.
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6072107M
    LC Control Number50011469
    OCLC/WorldCa942750

    Biography. John Stuart Mill was born at 13 Rodney Street in Pentonville, Middlesex, the eldest son of the Scottish philosopher, historian and economist James Mill, and Harriet Stuart was educated by his father, with the advice and assistance of Jeremy Bentham and Francis was given an extremely rigorous upbringing, and was deliberately shielded from association with Alma mater: University College, London. Coleridge used to say that every one is born either a Platonist or an Aristotelian: it may be similarly affirmed, that every Englishman of the present day is by implication either a Benthamite or a Coleridgian; holds views of human affairs which can only be proved true .

    The Method of Reform: J.S. Mill's Encounter with Bentham and Coleridge. Fred Rosen - - In Nadia Urbinati & Alex Zakaras (eds.), J.S. Mill's Political Thought: A Buy the book: $ used (87% off) $ new (2% off) . John Stuart Mill: On Bentham and Coleridge (excerpt, part 2) Back to part 1. It would be most unjust to Bentham to surmise (as narrow-minded and passionate adversaries are apt in such cases to do) that this picture of human nature was copied from himself; that all those constituents of humanity which he rejected from his table of motives, were wanting in his own breast.

      His greatest interpreter, John Stuart Mill (), set out to humanize Bentham's pragmatic Utilitarianism by balancing the claims of reason and the imagination, individuality and social well-being in essays such as 'Bentham', 'Coleridge' and, above all, Utilitarianism. Bentham & Coleridge. Commentary by Ralph Dumain “ every Englishman of the present day is by implication either a Benthamite or a Coleridgian ” — John Stuart Mill, “Coleridge” Mill reveals himself to be more than just another empiricist-utilitarian philistine, but not by much.


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MILL, BENTHAM, AND UTILITARIANISM. It is natural for discussions of Mill’s variations from Benthamism to start with evidence of his discontent or restiveness under Bentham’s rule, and the main documents called in to supply that evidence are the Autobiography and the essays on Bentham and on Coleridge.

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John Stuart Mill described Bentham and Coleridge as 'the two great seminal minds' of early nineteenth-century England. Coleridge, who asserted the primacy of the transcendent imagination, was in a obvious sense the direct opposite of Bentham, the resolute proponent of Utilitarianism but Mill, while recognizing the separateness of their creeds, appreciated both and saw both as necessary to the 1/5(1).

MILL ON BENTHAM AND COLERIDGE By the same Author THE COMMON PURSUIT REVALUATION NEW BEARINGS IN ENGLISH POETRY EDUCATION ANB THE UNIVERSITY THE GREAT TRADITION With Denys Thompson CULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT Edited by the same Author DETERMINATION MILL ON BENTHAM AND COLERIDGE WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY Pages:   John Stuart Mill described Bentham and Coleridge as 'the two great seminal minds' of early nineteenth-century England.

Coleridge, who asserted the primacy of the transcendent imagination, was in a obvious sense the direct opposite of Bentham, the resolute proponent of Utilitarianism but Mill, while recognizing the separateness of their creeds, appreciated both and saw both as necessary to /5(13).

According to John Stuart Mill, writing soon after Queen Victoria ascended the throne, one could not understand contemporary thought without noticing that it divided into two schools derived from Jeremy Bentham and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, the "two great seminal minds of England in their age" ("Bentham," ).As Mill explained in a second essay in The London and Westminster Review.

The body of the book, however, betrays a different attitude. Here Turk insists that 'only Carlyle and Bentham were as close to Mill in so many ways as Coleridge was' (p. 59), that 'Mill sees the English enlightenment through Coleridge's eyes' (p.

), and that 'through Ultilitarianism and Liberty Cole-ridge's ideas remain vital' (p. Other articles where Coleridge is discussed: John Stuart Mill: Public life and writing: twin essays on Bentham and Coleridge show Mill’s powers at their splendid best and indicate very clearly the new spirit that he tried to breathe into English radicalism.

Essays on Bentham and Coleridge John Stuart Mill Glossary clerisy: ‘A distinct class of learned or literary persons’ (OED). This is the ‘primary meaning’ referred to on page Continent: The continent of Europe excluding Great Britain; similarly with ‘continental’.File Size: KB.

MILL ON BENTHAM AND COLERIDGE By the same Author THE COMMON PURSUIT REVALUATION NEW BEARINGS IN ENGLISH POETRY EDUCATION ANB THE UNIVERSITY THE GREAT TRADITION With Denys Thompson CULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT Edited by the same Author DETERMINATION MILL ON BENTHAM AND COLERIDGE WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY F.

1/5(1). John Stuart Mill described Bentham and Coleridge as 'the two great seminal minds' of early nineteenth-century England.

Coleridge, who asserted the primacy of the transcendent imagination, was in a obvious sense the direct opposite of Bentham, the resolute proponent of Utilitarianism but Mill, while recognizing the separateness of their creeds, appreciated both and saw both as necessary to the /5(1).

His greatest interpreter, John Stuart Mill (), set out to humanize Bentham's pragmatic Utilitarianism by balancing the claims of reason and the imagination, individuality and social well-being in essays such as 'Bentham', 'Coleridge' and, above all, Utilitarianism.

The works by Bentham and Mill collected in this volume show the creation Brand: Penguin UK. Author of Utilitarianism, The letters of John Stuart Mill, Mill on Bentham and Coleridge, The positive philosophy of Auguste Comte, An examination of Sir William Hamilton's philosophy and of the principal philosophical questions discussed in his writings, A system of logic, Dissertations and Discussions Political, Philosophical, and Historical, On Bentham and Coleridge.

His greatest interpreter, John Stuart Mill (), set out to humanize Bentham’s pragmatic Utilitarianism by balancing the claims of reason and the imagination, individuality and social well-being in essays such as ‘Bentham’, ‘Coleridge’ and, above all, Utilitarianism.

The works by Bentham and Mill collected in this volume show the. Back to philosophy page. John Stuart Mill: On Bentham and Coleridge (excerpts). There are two men, recently deceased, to whom their country is indebted not only for the greater part of the important ideas which have been thrown into circulation among its thinking men in their time, but for a revolution in its general modes of thought and investigation.

His greatest interpreter, John Stuart Mill (), set out to humanize Bentham's pragmatic Utilitarianism by balancing the claims of reason and the imagination, individuality and social well-being in essays such as 'Bentham', 'Coleridge' and, above all, Utilitarianism/5(9).Paperback. FROM: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE PRINCIPLES OF MORALS AND LEGISLATION (JEREMY BENTHAM) FROM: A SYSTEM OF LOGIC(J.S.

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